Coping® with Allergies & Asthma Magazine
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Fall/Winter 2017-2018  –  Volume 20  –  Issue 2

Helping people find relief with factual, up-to-date information from America's most trusted sources.

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Features

6  All About Allergic Asthma
Did you know that allergic asthma is the most common type of asthma? About 60 percent of people with asthma have it.

7  Winning the Fight against Fall Allergies
Five tactics for defeating the season’s worst allergy foes 

8  What You Should Know About COPD
Adhering to treatments and making some lifestyle changes can help you feel better, stay more active, and slow the progress of the disease.

10  Get Moving! Don’t Let Exercise-Induced Asthma Hold You Back 
You don’t have to give up on an active lifestyle because you have exercise-induced asthma. The truth is you can excel in almost any sport or activity … with the right treatment plan. 

12  Seasonal Allergies – Which Medication Is Right for You?
You can’t always stay indoors when pollen counts are high. So, your doctor may recommend one of these medications to relieve your symptoms.
13  Best Halloween Treat? Enjoying Allergy- & Asthma-Free Fun
Kids with allergies & asthma don’t need to be left out come Halloween.

14  The Flu and You
People with asthma are at high risk of developing flu-related complications. Learn how to protect yourself. 

16  Find Out What’s Making You Itch
A deep dive into the underlying causes of allergic skin reactions 

18  You Better Watch Out!
Beware these hidden holiday health hazards for people with allergies & asthma.

19  Serving Up Tips for Managing Food Allergies at Home
These useful hints can help make your home a safe space – a place where you can relax, knowing you’ve minimized the chances of ingesting harmful allergens.
 

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